Who is Audrey Hepburn?

who is audrey hepburn
who is audrey hepburn

Audrey Hepburn birth Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 - 20 January 1993) is an English-Dutch film actor and philanthropist. He is a Hollywood star and fashion icon.

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He was born in Ixelles, Brussels Region, Belgium. His mother was a Dutch barones and his father was a wealthy English banker. Her parents divorced when Audrey was only one year old and could not see her father again because Audrey remained with her mother. At the age of 10, his mother married another man, and Hepburn had to emigrate with her new father to the Nazi-occupied Netherlands. Hepburn had a very difficult childhood here, had a great interest in cinema and dreamed of being an actress. After the war ended, she went to London, enrolled in a ballet school, and after a while she started modeling.

Hepburn went to England to become an actress, when she was 1951 years old when she starred in her first film "Young Wives Tale" (22). In this first film, Hepburn, who attracted the attention of everyone with her beauty and elegance, took a rapid rise.

After starring in films such as "Monte Carlo Baby", "Lavender Hill Mob" and "Secret People", Hepburn gained great success with her role in "Roman Holiday" in 1952. "Roman Holiday", in which she portrayed a princess, was Hepburn's first lead role and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for the film she starred with Gregory Peck. This award raised him to star rank in an instant, and Hepburn starred in successful productions without losing pace.

In 1954, she starred in master director Billy Wilder's "Sabrina," opposite the famous actress Humphrey Bogart, who earned an Oscar nomination for this film. Later, Hepburn starred in films such as "War And Peace", "Funny Face", "Love in the Afternoon", "Green Mansions" and "The Unforgiven". He played with Gary Cooper in the 1957 movie Billy Wilder Love in the Afternoon, which is a good romance movie. Hepburn, who worked with the most famous directors and actors of the period in this part of her career, admired everyone she worked with. She was not only a beautiful and talented actress but also an elegant lady. The beautiful star later gained great success with films such as "My Fair Lady," "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and "Wait Until Dark." In 1962, she starred with George Peppard at Breakfast at Tiffany's, a film made by master director Blake Edwards. Here he plays the inner world of a woman who lives in tides.

In addition to this successful acting career, Audrey Hepburn remained on the agenda with her private life like many star actresses. Both the tumultuous love he had with William Holden and his troubled marriage with Mel Ferrer were followed closely by the whole world. Hepburn's named Sean from Mel Ferrer and Dr. They have two children named Luca from Andrea Dotti.

Audrey Hepburn suspended acting in 1990 and only took part in very special projects. Audrey Hepburn was 20 years old when she died of bowel cancer in Switzerland on January 1993, 63. Hepburn's tomb is now located in Switzerland.

Career 

Audrey Hepburn has won numerous awards throughout her acting career. She was nominated for the Best Actress Oscar four times in addition to the Oscar she won for the "Roman Holiday" in 1954. In addition, Hepburn, who won the British Film Academy Awards BAFTA twice, was nominated twice for this award. Also, Hepburn has two Golden Globe Awards.

Filmografi 

Year Videos Role Notes
1948 Nederlands in 7 lessen
(English: "Dutch in Seven Lessons")
(Turkish: "Dutch in 7 Lessons"
Airline Stewaress Documentary
1951 One Wild Oat Hotel receptionist
Laughter in Paradise Smoking Girl
Monte Carlo Baby Linda farell Discovered by French writer Colette while choosing Gigi's filming and caste
Young Wives' Tale Eve Lester
The Lavender Hill Mob Chiquita
1952 The Secret People Nora brentano
Nous irons à Monte Carlo
(English: "We Will Go to Monte Carlo")
Melissa walter Monte Carlo Baby French version of the movie
1953 Roman Holiday Princess Ann Best Actress Academy Award
BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1954 Sabrina Sabrina fairchild Nomination - Academy Award for Best Actress
Nomination - BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
1956 War and Peace Natasha Rostova Nomination - BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1957 Funny Face Jo stockton
Love in the Afternoon Ariane Chavasse / Thin Girl Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1959 Green mansions Rima Directed by Mel Ferrer
The Nun's Story Sister Luke (Gabrielle van der Mal) BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nomination - Academy Award for Best Actress
Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1960 The Unforgiven Rachel Zachary
1961 Breakfast at Tiffany's Holly golightly Nomination - Academy Award for Best Actress
The Children's Hour Karen wright
1963 Charade Regina "Reggie" Lampert BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1964 Paris When It Sizzles Gabrielle Simpson
My Fair Lady Eliza Doolittle Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1966 How to Steal a Million Nicole bonnet
1967 Two for the Road Joanna wallace Nomination - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Wait Until Dark Susy hendrix Nomination - Academy Award for Best Actress
Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1976 Robin and Marian Lady Marian
1979 Bloodline Elizabeth roffe Her only R-rated film
1981 They All Laughed Angela Niotes
1989 Always Hap

Television and theater 

Year Name role Other informations
1949 High Button Shoes Chorus Girl Musical theater
tartare sauce Chorus Girl Musical theater
1950 Sauce Piquante Featured Player Musical theater
1951 Gigi Gigi
1952 CBS Television Workshop
1954 Ondine Water Nymph Tony Award - Best Actress.
1957 Mayerling Maria vetsera
1987 Love Among Thieves Baroness Caroline DuLac Telefilm.
1993 Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn Itself Emmy award - Outstanding Individual Achievement

Awards 

Awards
Academy Awards
Preceding:
Shirley Booth
Come Back, Little Sheba s
Best Actress
1954
Roman Holiday s
Next came:
Grace Kelly
Country Girl s
Preceding:
Howard W. Koch
Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Aid Award
1992
With Elizabeth Taylor
Next came:
Paul Newman
BAFTA Awards
Preceding:
Vivien Leigh
A Streetcar Named Desire s
Best Actress
1953
Roman Holiday s
Next came:
Yvonne Mitchell
The Divided Heart s
Preceding:
Irene worth
Orders to Kill s
Best Actress
1959
The Nun's Story s
Next came:
Rachel Roberts
Saturday Night, Sunday Morning s
Preceding:
Rachel Roberts
This Sporting Life s
Best Actress
1964
Charade s
Next came:
Julie christie
Darling s
San Sebastian International Film Festival
Preceding:
Jacqueline sassard
Nata di marzo s
Best Actress
1959
The Nun's Story s
Next came:
Joanne woodward
The Fugitive Kind s
New York Film Critics Circle Award
Preceding:
Shirley Booth
Come Back with Little Sheba
Best Actress
1953
Roman Holiday s
Next came:
Grace Kelly
Country Girl s
Preceding:
Susan Hayward
I Want To Live! with
Best Actress
1959
The Nun's Story s
Next came:
Deborah Kerr
The Sundowners s
Golden Globe Awards
Preceding:
Shirley Booth
Come Back, Little Sheba s
Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1954
Roman Holiday s
Next came:
Grace Kelly
Country Girl s
Screen Actors Guild Award
Preceding:
Burt lancaster
Lifetime Achievement Award
1992
Next came:
Ricardo Montalban
Grammy Awards
Preceding:
No
Best Spoken Word Album for Children
1993
Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales s
Next came:
Robert Guillaume
The Lion King Read-Along s
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